Specialized Markets ( Aerospace, Medical, Military & Oceanographic )

Non-rechargeable batteries continue to offer power solutions for applications that don’t have readily access to a generating source or limitations in the device being powered. Coupled with long shelf life and wide operating temperature requirements, the use of Engineered Power lithium-primary cells are well suited for applications such as soldier power, emergency locator transmitters and environment sensors. In addition, unique requirements for high temperature sterilization tolerances for medical equipment to high vibration/shock designs for aerospace applications are met with Engineered Power’s chemistry and cell designs.

Chemistry

Lithium Sulfuryl Chloride (Li-SO2ClO2)– With its stable operating voltage (3.9V OCV), high energy/power capability and superior low temperature capability over other lithium non-rechargeable chemistries (-40°C to 100°C), Li-SO2CIO2 has been the chemistry of choice for the pipeline inspection industry for the past 20 to 30 years.   Engineered Power has been manufacturing the following Li-SO2ClO2 chemistry for Oceanographic applications primarily in DD cell sizes.

Lithium Thionyl Chloride (Li-SOClO2)– With its stable operating voltage (3.67V OCV), high energy/power capability and wide operating temperature capability (-55°C to 225°C), Li-SOCLO2 has been the chemistry of choice for the oil/gas industry for the past 20 to 30 years.  Engineered Power manufactures the Li-SOCIO2 chemistry in a variety of cell form factors and low to high power designs.

Lithium Carbon MonoFlouride (Li-CFx) was developed in the 1970’s and has been utilized in numerous consumer and aerospace/defense applications.  Mixed with Li Manganese Dioxide (Li-MNO2) Engineered Power’s (Li-CFx/MNO2) chemistry  offers high energy density, long life and enhanced safety for specialized applications.  Engineered Power provides the Li-MNO2/CFx in DD from factors.

Please contact Engineered Power for the right non-rechargeable chemistry solution for your application.

Currently Engineered Power offers the following cells with the Li-CFx chemistry: